MELBOURNE: Two hours before Australian cricket legend Shane Warne was found dead, it was revealed that four young women had arrived at his villa for a massage. The incident was reported by various media outlets quoting the Thai police. CCTV footage also emerged of four young women arriving at the villa where Vaughn and his friends were staying. The police concluded that they were the last to see Vaughn alive. Meanwhile, Thai police said there was no suspicion in Vaughn’s death.
According to the footage, four young women arrived at the villa at 1.53pm on the day Vaughn was found dead. Two of the girls went to the room where Shane Vaughan was staying for a massage. The girls, who spent about two hours there, left at 2.58am, police said, citing CCTV footage. About two and a half hours after they left the villa, Vaughn was found dead by friends.
It is in this context that the police suspect that the young women who came for the massage were the last to see Vaughn alive. Thai police, meanwhile, have ruled out the possibility of Vaughan’s death being a mystery. The post-mortem report also revealed that Vaughn’s death was due to natural causes.
Meanwhile, Shane Warne’s body was flown to his hometown yesterday. The body was flown overnight on a special flight from Bangkok to Melbourne’s airport. Many people, including Vaughn’s friends and fans, arrived at the airport. Vaughn’s body was brought home six days after he was found dead in Thailand. The body, wrapped in an Australian flag, was flown to Melbourne airport after an eight-hour drive from Bangkok.